Yellow Wood Sorrel Oxalis
Yellow Wood Sorrel is, at least in my mowed lawn, a short little plant that goes nearly unnoticed unless I'm looking for the little yellow flowers.

I was glad I gave up on trying to eradicate all of my weeds when I found this tiny Phaon Crescent Butterfly getting a sip of nectar from it.

Yellow Wood Sorrel, Oxalis, Flower
Here's how it looks where it's thickest in my lawn. It fills in the drought caused bare spots with a bit of green at least.

There's a honeybee on the little Yellow Wood Sorrel flower in the middle of the picture:

Phaon Crescent Butterfly sips nectar from Yellow Wood Sorrel, Oxalis
Yellow Wood Sorrel, Oxalis, Leaf
Yellow Wood Sorrel, Oxalis
Yellow Wood Sorrel, Oxalis, Honeybee
Phaon Crescent Butterfly sips nectar from Yellow Wood Sorrel, Oxalis
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